Monastery of Twelve Apostles
Israel

Monastery of Twelve Apostles

The Monastery of Twelve Apostles was built in the style of churches on the island of Greece, consisting of cubes and domes in the form of hemispheres.

However, unlike in Greece proper, where the domes are always painted blue, here they turned out to be red. This turned the small church into a striking color dominant in the panorama of the area.

Its white walls and scarlet domes are far visible in the green field.